Stuck at home with a bored pet?

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Stuck at home with a bored pet?

We have some great toys and ideas to keep your pet occupied. Mental stimulation is just as important as physical exercise for our pets.

If your dog loves food, we have several treat puzzles that challenge and keep them occupied.

We have some great toys and ideas to keep your pet occupied. Mental stimulation is just as important as physical exercise for our pets.

If your dog loves food, we have several treat puzzles that challenge and keep them occupied. Here are few other ideas how you can keep your pet busy and happy:

  • Stuff Kongs with peanut butter, canned pumpkin, canned dog food or even baby food and freeze. Frozen kongs also make a great treat for teething puppies.
  • Use frozen marrow bones as an edible kong alternative, they make great natural toothbrushes. They also last a long time when given frozen. Once the marrow is gone, you can stuff them with above fillings and refreeze for future play.
  • Dog getting tired of same old antler or horn? Soak in chicken or similar type broth overnight in the fridge and it will "recharge" it. Your dog will think he's a getting a new treat. We recommend pet specific bone broths such as Nulo, Primal or Stella&Chewys or using a homemade one without sodium, garlic or onions.
  • Feed your pet's kibble out of a puzzle toy, especially helpful in slowing down dogs who are prone to gulping down their food. It can also help to prevent bloat.
  • For kitty cats, hide their favorite treats around the house or on the cat tower and play a game of hide and seek. Not only will it help break up a routine but encourages exercise. We have some great new toys by Petsafe that encourage natural feline behavior such as hunting and catching prey.

We also have a great selection of edible chews such as bully sticks, ears, tracheas, buffalo horns and antlers to keep your pups busy.

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